Shockwave Therapy

Are you struggling with chronic problems such as soft tissue injuries or tendonitis?
Have you exhausted all other treatment options?
Are you eager to get back to work, hobbies or sports pain free?

Try Shockwave! 

What is Shockwave Therapy?

Shockwave is a non-invasive, simple and effective cutting-edge technology that can treat a number of painful problems and injuries. The therapy involves the delivery of high-frequency shockwave ( sound implulses) to the injured tendon to stimulate healing.

It emits high-energy acoustic wave pulses that penetrate beneath the skin, triggering a series of advantageous effects, including:

Pain Relief
Reduction of Inflammation
Promotion of New Blood Vessel Formation, thus Enhancing Healing
Stimulation of Collagen Production
Breakdown of Unwanted Calcium Deposits
Release of Trigger Points

What Conditions Can Shockwave Therapy Treat?

Plantar fasciitis
Golf / Tennis Elbow
Hip Bursitis
Rotator Cuff Injury
Hamstring Tendinopathy
Achilles Tendinitis
Frozen shoulder
Shin Splint

Benefits of Shockwave Therapy

Non-invasive
No need for anaesthesia or medications
Potential to avoid surgery
Treatment sessions typically last 10-20 minutes
Promotes the body's self-repair processes

Are there any contraindications to Shockwave therapy?

Shockwave cannot be used in the following groups of people: 

  • Pregnant women
  • Children under the age of 18 years, except in the case of Osgood-Schlatter’s disease
  • People with blood clotting disorders
  • People on blood thinners
  • Treatment of of tissue with local tumours or local bacterial and/or viral infections
  • Treatment of patients who have used cortisone within preceding six weeks

Shockwave Therapy Q&A

You might feel mild tenderness or a tingling sensation in the treated area during or after the treatment. This discomfort usually diminishes after a few sessions.
A typical session lasts about 10-15 minutes for one area or 20 minutes for two areas.
Yes, you can return to normal activities immediately after the session.
Generally, 4 to 6 sessions are sufficient to significantly help patients with soft tissue injuries.
Yes, shockwave treatment can often be claimed through private health insurance.
It can be used alone, especially for minor soft tissue injuries. For more chronic conditions, like plantar fasciitis, combining it with standard physiotherapy is recommended for optimal results.

Don’t Let Your Pain Hold You Back Any Longer
Contact Us Today To Schedule Your Frist Shockwave Therapy
Together, We Will Work Towards Improving Your Quality Of Life And
Getting You Back To Doing What You Love.